“The queen of flow”: the secrets behind the dressing room of season 2

The second season of “The Queen of Flow”Arrived recharged with exciting episodes, which will show the outcome of the story of Yeimy Montoya, Charly Cruz and Juancho, played by Carolina Ramirez, Carlos Torres and Andres Sandoval, respectively, who in addition to playing their roles will look totally renewed with looks that viewers fall in love with.

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And it is not for less, because the protagonists, as well as the actors who give life to urban singers in this successful Colombian series, must project how much they have grown and how they have consolidated in their careers.

Is so In addition to the music, the clothing and appearance of each of them must be reflected when they go on stage, although many have also used it to mark their own style in the plot.. Although, everything we see through the screens regarding the costumes has been liked by more than one, few know the great work that has been done behind to obtain these magnificent results.

The glitters stand out in Yeimy’s clothing, who also has a well-defined urban look (Photo: La reina del flow / Instagram)

WHAT ARE THE SECRETS BEHIND THE COSTUME OF “THE QUEEN OF FLOW 2”

The clothing proposal in “La reina del flow 2” is undoubtedly an element full of diversity and color for which an exhaustive work of a whole team of professionals has been carried out.

Lina Carvajal, costume designer for the Netflix series, revealed how she lets her creativity fly to achieve the results we see in each episode. “You are looking at all those aesthetic guidelines and you are creating the character in their different situations. That was the process “he said in an interview with Caracol Televisión.

He also pointed out that because each person is a different universe, not only because of the music, what his team seeks is to narrate who he is from his costumes. To do this, it relies on famous artists.

“I do research on my characters, not only in the aesthetic lines of reggaeton, but also with other genres such as trap, punk, rap and pop, having as references Just World, JLo, Madonna, Jaden Smith, Maluma, among others”, he indicated.

The look of each character must also show how each one is in the plot, said the costume designer (Photo: La reina del flow / Instagram)
The look of each character must also show how each one is in the plot, said the costume designer (Photo: La reina del flow / Instagram)

WHAT HE THOUGHT FOR EACH OF THE CHARACTERS

For Yeimy, he pointed out that he looked for iconic artists of the 90s, he got the best of them in terms of their clothes and makeup; meanwhile, he highlighted Charly with Greek themes in order to highlight his big ego.

To other characters like Irma, he gave a rebellious look combining it with punk, but in order not to make her look pigeonholed, he combined his clothes with trap and pop. The same procedure was carried out with Axl, whom he took as a reference to Jaden Smith to wear pants with fashionable graffiti patches with a 90s aesthetic, to which he added a pearl necklace, chains, etc.

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Irma, also called "Huracán", stands out for her look in the successful Colombian series (Photo: La reina del flow)
Irma, also called “Huracán”, stands out for her look in the successful Colombian series (Photo: La reina del flow)

THEY “POISON” THE GARMENTS

Costume designer Lina Carvajal said that to achieve each of the looks they have to “poison the garments”; in other words, let your imagination run wild without limits. And it is that once they carry out the investigation process and do the tests, not everything is defined at that moment, because it constantly changes.

“I tell my team to work creatively, let’s put a chain on this, take the laces off the other, spray paint that, change the accessories; and then I see everyone scissoring because each character has a specific guideline (…). I am a fan of vintage, second-hand clothes and with Natalia we go shopping and then modify or ‘poison’ this or that thing “, ended.

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